Materials for electronic innovations are essential, as they form the basis for the development of new technologies and applications. They make it possible to make electronic devices more powerful, efficient, reliable and functionally versatile.
Electronics packaging has been identified as one of the key technologies for future product - here materials are the basis for innovation: they are crucial for advances in areas such as telecommunications, computing, renewable energy, medical devices and smart technologies.
What to expect from our online sessions:
In our 45-minutes expert sessions we would like to present to you trending topics in a technical presentation. Afterwards, our experts will be available for your questions and comments and a joint discussion. New topics and dates for this workshop series will be published regularly on this webpage.
Dates & Topics:
24.10.: Materials for RF applications: Quo vadis? (Dr. rer. nat. Julia-Marie Köszegi)
07.11.: Structured glass for electronic and photonic packaging (Dr. Henning Schröder)
21.11.: New Material in Semiconductor Industry – Challenges for sustainable production (Catharina Rudolph)
05.12.: Recycled Plastics in Electronics: Challenges & Opportunities (Theresa Marie Aigner & Ronja Scholz)
More information and registration (free of charge!) you ca find on our website: https://www.izm.fraunhofer.de/en/news_events/trainings-and-workshops/materials-f...
Information on participating / attending:
Participation is free of charge, registration is required. This workshop series aims to address our customers, partners and interested parties from industry, politics and science.
10/24/2023 16:00 - 12/05/2023 16:45
Online I MS Teams
Business and commerce, Scientists and scholars
Electrical engineering, Traffic / transport
Types of events:
Seminar / workshop / discussion
Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event75144
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